The Woolworth Tower Residences

The Woolworth Building soars above City Hall Park at the gateway to TriBeCa. Unprecedented in size and sophistication when it was first completed in 1913, this graceful tower remains an elegant jewel in the skyline of downtown Manhattan. Today, the top thirty floors are being masterfully transformed by famed French architect Thierry W Despont into The Woolworth Tower Residences: a limited collection of thirty-three luxury condominium residences atop a celebrated New York City landmark.

Built in 1913 and celebrated as the tallest building in the world at the time of completion, The Woolworth Building majestically rises above City Hall Park at the gateway to Tribeca. This National Historic Landmark has inspired countless painters, photographers, movie makers, dreamers, and everyday New Yorkers. Today under the architectural and aesthetic direction of Thierry W Despont, the top thirty floors of this celebrated structure are being reimagined into thirty-three prized condominium residences, crowned by a extraordinary seven-story Pinnacle Penthouse.

 

 

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